Structural Survey: Volume 4 Issue 3


Table of contents

Survey: Diagnosis: Remedy – A sound basis for a major feat of architectural conservation

Donald W. Insall

The repair and restoration of the ‘Lords’ Ceiling' — more accurately, the ceiling of the Lords' Chamber, at the Palace of Westminster, in the care of the Property Services Agency…

The winning survey report

Walker Son, Packman

In accordance with instructions received through — we have carried out a detailed inspection of the subject property in order to advise you in connection with your proposed…

Empty houses

Richard Catt

Homelessness has nothing to do with a shortage of houses. There is a ‘crude surplus’ of about two thirds of a million dwellings over households in the United Kingdom. Most stand…

Deleterious materials: The surveyor's responsibility – 2

C.G. March, S.R. Curwell

Our previous paper on this subject in Structural Survey (Vol 3 No 1) outlined the problems facing the surveyor in this difficult area. Clients may often expect (sometimes…

Valuations for mortgage purposes — The background for a valuation survey

P. Moreton

The following article, which will be of considerable interest to surveyors who carry out building society valuations, refers to the suggested procedure in respect of the…



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